I was personally amazed at his horrific spelling, considering the outstanding education he must have received in one of England's finest private academies. Â Terrible communication skills, especially for one who regularly dines and socializes with men of global prominence. Â It's funny. Â For all his talk of the boorish manners of America, it seems our own private academies uphold much higher standards than the undoubtedly regal institution which he attends. Â Maybe in his English upper-class family, only the servants are required to attain any semblance of education. Â After all, when you are the second-nephew of the most powerful man in England, you must realize that work is for the peasantry only. Â Who needs language skills for a life of leisure and trolling?
Well, perhaps His Grace was educated by private tutors. Â And anyways, consistent spelling was more an American thing than a British one, and in a way, one could argue that there is a form of reverse-snobbery at work... Remember Young Grasshopper, your soco-economicl transmformation (recall your Gatsby-esque post on another section), must include not only a sartorial re-invention, so as you are not confused with those from the middle-class, but one in which your ethos is changed. The rich aren't inherently interested in education.